You shouldn’t need to scramble after a disaster strikes. For every minute of downtime, your business is losing revenue and damaging its reputation – which makes reactionary measures no longer sufficient for a company’s livelihood. For this reason, it’s best to approach disaster recovery (DR) from a perspective of “disaster avoidance.”
To make recovering IT systems a cinch, a proactive approach needs to take precedence. As part of this goal, a new term has emerged: IT Availability.